News: The Showstoppers’ Alternative Eurovision Song Contest raises £7,400 for The Care Workers’ Charity

Staged as a tribute to this year’s cancelled Eurovision Song Contest, Olivier Award-winning musical comedy improvisers The Showstoppers raised £7,400 on Friday evening for the Care Workers’ Charity by delivering their very own Alternative Eurovision Song Contest. Featuring brand new songs parodying familiar Eurovision genres, The Showstoppers recreateed the OTT production values, high camp, and... Continue Reading →

News: Pleasance announces new Edinburgh Fringe shows

Pleasance has announced further acts for this summer's Edinburgh Festival. Sindhu Vee, 2018 Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee, known from Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and, more recently, Sex Education, brings a brand new hour of stand-up in Alphabet. World-famous Simon Amstell presents a work-in-progress with his generation-defining comedy. And newcomer Chloe... Continue Reading →

News: SFP at the Ambassadors announces season of Lates

Sonia Friedman Productions is delighted to announce an eclectic and exciting programme of late-night cabaret, drag and stand-up comedy at the Ambassadors Theatre. The season of incredible one-off performances will play alongside the previously announced runs of Baby Reindeer and The Shark is Broken. With further acts to be announced. SFP is committed to accessible... Continue Reading →

News: Fringe favourites return as Pleasance Theatre Trust’s programme takes shape for August

A new batch of Fringe favourites, including Paul Merton, NewsRevue and Wizard Presents, are now on-sale as they get ready to take to Pleasance’s stages this summer. From the biggest names to the most exciting newcomers, Pleasance’s programmes reflects the diversity and breadth of the Fringe – as highlighted in their recently announced Development Fund... Continue Reading →

News: Full cast announced for Some Mothers UK tour

The producers of the highly acclaimed UK tour of Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em have announced the casting of Moray Treadwell as Mr Luscombe/Mr Worthington, David Shaw-Parker as Father O'Hara and Ben Watson as Desmond/Constable. They join the previously announced Joe Pasquale as the loveable but accident-prone Frank Spencer, Sarah Earnshaw as his long-suffering wife... Continue Reading →

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